Papa Haydn

5829 Southeast Milwaukie Avenue, Portland, OR, United States

East: (503) 232-9440 - West: (503) 228-7317

M-Th 11:30-10; F-Sat 11:30-12; Sun 10-10

A lot has changed since 1978 when this Portland classic first opened its doors. What hasn’t changed, however, is the popularity of this family-owned destination restaurant, as popular with tourists as with locals. The focus remains, as always, on the highest quality foods, beverages, and service. Seasonal & local ingredients used to create beautiful and delicious dishes with French influence.

Listing Information

Papa Haydn's is best known for desserts--make sure to save room! There is a 2nd location at 701 NW 23rd.

Visited 73 times, 3 Visits today

Related Listings

Walla Walla Bread Company

509-522-8422

Walla Walla Bread Company, East Main Street, Walla Walla, WA, United States

open seven days a week 7am – 9pm

Is there anything better on vacation than homemade baked treats?  Pick up snacks for on-the-go, and bring some back to have in your hotel room. Everything we do is hand crafted with love. All of our breads are leavened with our sourdough cultures, making for amazing crusts and flavors. Read More

Bridgeport Brewing - Portland, OR

503.241.3612

1313 NW Marshall St, Portland, OR, United States

Tuesday - Thursday11:30am - 11:00pm Friday - Saturday11:30am - 12:00am Sunday - Monday11:30am - 10:00pm

BridgePort Brewing Company is Oregon’s oldest craft brewery. It continues to evolve from a microbrewery to a regional leader in the craft brewing market, while remaining faithful to its commitment to producing high-quality, innovative craft ales. We make food the same way we make beer. Read More

Coho Restaurant - Friday Harbor, WA

(360) 378-6330

120 Nichols Street, Friday Harbor, WA, United States

Coho Restaurant, in Friday Harbor Washington, is part of the San Juan Island Inn Collection. This San Juan Island fine dining restaurant serves Island grown Pacific cuisine with a Mediterranean flair. Chef Tim creates exciting menus developed around the seasonality of fresh ingredients from the surrounding Islands. Read More